This “come-bye” scene features three Cotswold ewes, two lambs, and a Collie dog, expertly handcrafted by talented artist Emma Stothard from British willow interweaved with wire.

Considered an at-risk breed, these Cotswold sheep willow sculptures are influenced by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust that HRH The Prince of Wales is patron of, whose purpose is to secure the continued existence and viability of the native farm animal.

Emma Stothard was able to start up her business with a loan from The Prince’s Trust and was invited by HRH The Prince of Wales to exhibit her willow sculptures, including these Cotswold sheep, on the Orchard Lawns at Highgrove.

The contrasting willow colours in these sculptures create form and definition. Each sculpture is finished with a coating of linseed oil and turpentine solution to preserve and protect it.

Please note: These willow sculptures are bespoke and made to order

This “come-bye” scene features three Cotswold ewes, two lambs, and a Collie dog, expertly handcrafted by talented artist Emma Stothard from British willow interweaved with wire.

Considered an at-risk breed, these Cotswold sheep willow sculptures are influenced by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust that HRH The Prince of Wales is patron of, whose purpose is to secure the continued existence and viability of the native farm animal.

Emma Stothard was able to start up her business with a loan from The Prince’s Trust and was invited by HRH The Prince of Wales to exhibit her willow sculptures, including these Cotswold sheep, on the Orchard Lawns at Highgrove.

The contrasting willow colours in these sculptures create form and definition. Each sculpture is finished with a coating of linseed oil and turpentine solution to preserve and protect it.

Please note: These willow sculptures are bespoke and made to order